New homes in Higham on the Hill, Leicestshire

3 Qty-bedrooms
From £350,000

The Heather, Lindley Walk, Leicestshire CV13 6AA


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3 bedroom detached house

The Heather is a distinctive, three-bedroom, detached family home with a stunning ground floor layout. Off the spacious hallway is a lounge complete with French doors that open onto the garden. Opposite the hallway lies the centrepiece of the Heather: an expansive kitchen and dining area that spans the full depth of the house. Enhanced by large windows, this welcoming space benefits from abundant natural light. Upstairs, the first floor is equally impressive. The landing leads to two bedrooms and a family bathroom, as well as a luxurious master suite with an en suite shower room.

Details added: 26/05/2024
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Lindley Walk

Wood Lane
Higham on the Hill
CV13 6AA

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2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes

Located amid the beautiful Leicestershire countryside is the charming rural village of Higham on the Hill. Nestled on its western entrance is where you’ll find Lindley Walk, a contemporary collection of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes. An excellent location for families, Higham on the Hill has a strong community including an Ofsted ‘Good’ rated primary school, methodist church and community centre, both hosting regular social groups and gatherings. A monthly village magazine ensures residents remain up to date with local events.

Homes at Lindley Walk are thoughtfully designed to appeal to house hunters from all lifestyles, whether you’re looking for your first home, somewhere to grow with the family, or something easier to manage. This brand new community comprises 36 detached or semi-detached homes, each with a good size garden, electric vehicle charging point and private parking. Eight different house types, including some one-of-a-kind designs, create an attractive street scene, while distinctive detailing such as rendering, porch canopies, bay windows and brick banding ensures individual kerb appeal.

Living in Higham on the Hill you’ll discover much on the doorstep. The neighbouring village of Stoke Golding, just two miles away, has a farm shop, coffee shops, hairdressers, beautician, doctors’ surgery, furniture store, and village hall with clubs including a drama & dance academy, scout group, toddler group and ladies voice choir. Two pubs cater for all tastes. The George & Dragon serves classic pub fare alongside a mix of live music, garden parties and coffee mornings, while its neighbour the Three Horseshoes shows live sport and has its own Indian restaurant and takeaway.

For further amenities, the town centres of Hinckley and Nuneaton are both within a ten-minute drive of Lindley Walk. Here you’ll find supermarkets, bars, restaurants, takeaways, banks, pharmacies, dentist, veterinarian, Odeon and Cineworld cinemas, leisure centres including swimming pool, private gyms, high street stores and independent boutiques.

Keeping the family entertained couldn’t be easier with plenty of attractions nearby Lindley Walk. For day trips, there’s Twycross Zoo, nature reserve and play areas; the National Space Centre in Leicester; and Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre. For theatre fans, Hinckley’s Concordia Theatre and Nuneaton’s Abbey Theatre perform both amateur and professional productions. Petrolheads and motor enthusiasts will enjoy taking a factory tour at the Triumph Factory Experience and golfers will discover several courses within a half hour’s drive, including The Belfry.

Ideal for young and growing families, Higham on the Hill is home to an Ofsted ‘Good’ rated primary school, Higham on the Hill C of E Primary School. With just three classes, this exclusive school is an integral part of the village, using the adjacent community centre for pre-school playgroup and after school clubs. Nearby secondary schools include Higham Lane, which accepts students aged 11-18 and is rated Ofsted ‘Outstanding’. For apprenticeships, vocational courses and adult learning, North Warwickshire & South Leicestershire College is only 2.5 miles away.

Homes at Lindley Walk are well-positioned for road, rail and international travel. The A5 offers direct connections to the M42 and M69, while the A444 links with the M6. Both Hinckley and Nuneaton are accessible via a bus from within the village, and each has a train station enabling direct routes to Rugby, Birmingham, Leicester and Coventry as well as connections to London St Pancras and Euston. For international adventures, both East Midlands and Birmingham Airports are within a 35-minute drive.

If you’re looking for a characterful, energy efficient new home in a well-connected, rural community, then it’s time to make your move to Lindley Walk.

Details added: 07/09/2023
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